Bristol Temple Meads Durham Train
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Bristol Temple Meads Train Station
Bristol Temple Meads railway station, operated by Network Rail, serves the city of Bristol in the south west of England. The station is the terminus of the Great Western Railway from London Paddington railway station. Being one of two main railway stations serving Bristol, the other being Bristol Parkway, the station is also an important transport hub in the city where train services connect with bus services to many parts of the city and beyond. The station has a staffed ticket office although passengers should note that it is not open in the late evening. Passengers are able to collect tickets purchased in advance (for example, on the internet) from one of the automatic ticket machines located in the station. The station opened in August 1840 and was the first one designed by the British engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Facilities at the station include ATM's, pay phones, public wifi, a cafe, shops, toilets and baby changing facilities.Passenger services calling at the station are operated by First Great Western, CrossCountry and South West Trains and offer passengers destinations including London Paddington, Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly, Cardiff Central and Bath Spa.Parking is available at the station for 374 vehicles and is open 24 hours a day.
Durham Train Station
Located in the north east of England, Durham railway station offers passengers services to destinations including Newcastle Central, Edinburgh Waverley, London King's Cross, York, Reading, Doncaster, Reading, Plymouth, Leeds, Liverpool Lime Street, Manchester Victoria and Darlington. The travel time to London King's Cross, on an East Coast high speed service, is roughly three hours.Durham railway station, operated by East Coast, is located on the East Coast Main Line which connects London, Peterborough, Doncaster, Wakefield, Leeds, York, Darlington, Newcastle and Edinburgh. Passenger services calling at the station are operated by East Coast, CrossCountry, First TransPennine Express and Northern Rail.Facilities at the station include ATM's, pay phones, public wifi, cafe, shops, toilets and baby changing facilities. Parking is available at the station and is open 24 hours a day.The current station was originally built in 1857 but was preceded by three other railway stations in the city, none of which survive today. These stations are Gilesgate in the city which was closed in the 1850's, Shincliffe Town in nearby Shincliffe which was closed in the 1950's and Durham Elvet which was also closed in the 1950's.